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COMPASS MAGAZINE > July 2010
 

Museum of Alien Studies
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Museum of Alien Studies
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Museum of Alien Studies

(04) 2452-8550
202-B, FengJia Rd
Hours: 10:30 am-8:30 pm (closed Mondays)
Please call about entrance fee.
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Do aliens really exist? What is their significance for us Earthlings? Now you can learn more about these fascinating questions at the Museum of Alien Studies, situated in a 600-ping-large basement near the Feng Chia Nightmarket commercial district. The spacious room is filled with over 1,888 "alien artifacts", many excavated in China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region. The curator says that although the artifacts were found on Earth, measuring them with special instruments indicates that they all have a different energy field from other normal Earth objects. These, she says, are in fact alien energy fields. --By Ruby Wu, translated by Naomi Lai

A. Contrary to what visitors might expect to find here, this museum does not display UFO or ET artifacts but, rather, is an exhibition of research related to artifacts with alien energy, with the shape and meaning of each artifact being unique.

B. Excavated from Egypt, Egyptian Scarab Beetle stone carvings once protected the Pharaoh of Egypt, according to the curator, who adds that the museum is still working on communicating with the aliens, using special compasses that explore the meaning behind these stones.

Museum of Alien StudiesC. Other than the exhibition, you can also participate in an Alien Divination Reading activity to see if you've got what it takes to be an alien yourself.

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